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Re: [BKARTS] Growth in book arts



We've just started a College & University Letterpress Printers' Association; its website can be found at www.collegeletterpress.org.
While the focus is letterpress, not book arts, many of the listings mention their book programs in conjunction with their presses.


Abby



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Abigail Uhteg
Dolphin Press & Print
Maryland Institute College of Art



On Apr 20, 2007, at 11:14 AM, Dorothy Simpson Krause wrote:

I’m interested in statistical information on the growth in book arts –
numbers of college and university programs, workshops, students enrolled,
books on bookmaking, exhibitions, etc. Whatever information you have to
share, on line or off, will be helpful!


Thanks for your help,
Dot




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Online exhibit and catalog order form at
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